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Ep. 58 – Arduino Advanced Input & Button Control, Debouncing, Counters & Multitasking

By | 2017-05-07T20:04:05+00:00 May 8th, 2017|Arduino, Tutorials|

Button & Input implementation on Arduino is fairly straight forward. However, many of you have been asking me questions with regards to implementing more advanced features such as an Arduino Button Counter. This tutorial is dedicated to exploring how you can properly check the status of your inputs and how you can utilize them within [...]

Arduino Plant Watering Drip Feed System – Part 2

By | 2016-09-23T22:44:20+00:00 January 19th, 2016|Arduino, Tutorials|

Arduino Plant Watering Drip Feed System In the second part of this project, we will be looking at driving a water pump with the Arduino. Based on the moisture level in the soil, this will allow us to enable watering. Note that this may also be accomplished by a valve. In other words, if your [...]

Arduino Bluetooth Tutorial – Sending Wireless Data to control RGB LED

By | 2016-09-23T22:44:53+00:00 April 12th, 2015|Arduino, Tutorials|

Arduino Bluetooth Wireless Control Wireless technology is quickly growing and expanding in all applications. In the recent years we saw the appearance of wireless coffee mugs, locks and other gadgets. Getting connected to your Arduino is a great way to learn what it really takes to get into the wireless market and expand your capabilities. [...]

Arduino Sensor Servo Sweep Tutorial – Locating the nearest target

By | 2016-09-23T22:45:26+00:00 March 30th, 2015|Arduino, Tutorials|

Arduino Sensor Servo Sweep In robotics, you often need to locate certain objects. In most cases, this is achieved through the use of multiple various sensors. Minimizing the number of such sensors is often required and can be quite a challenge. In this tutorial we will be looking at a particular servo driven technique which [...]

Use 4 Arduino pins for 16 outputs! Serial to Parallel Demultiplexer

By | 2016-09-23T22:45:38+00:00 March 25th, 2015|Arduino, Tutorials|

Arduino Serial to Parallel Demultiplexer A demultiplexer is a great way to allow you to use more output pins for your Arduino. Its purpose is to take a Serial signal and convert it to a parallel one. This functionality is extremely simple to implement and can be a great alternative to shift registers discussed in [...]

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